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Ambient drone music, eh? What's that all about anyway? We sell an awful lot of it, perhaps because it's so easy to hum along to. This is another of those records. You're probably reading this review because you like them and are considering investing in another one. Y'know, bvdub, Hawgood, Hardwick, Celer...all those lot. This'll no doubt tickle your grapes if you're into those. It's a very ...

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8/10 Mike Staff review, 20 October 2011

Ambient drone music, eh? What's that all about anyway? We sell an awful lot of it, perhaps because it's so easy to hum along to. This is another of those records. You're probably reading this review because you like them and are considering investing in another one. Y'know, bvdub, Hawgood, Hardwick, Celer...all those lot. This'll no doubt tickle your grapes if you're into those. It's a very smooth and meditative listen, with rumbles and metallic washes and ethereal higher notes rubbing gently against one another in a way that may arouse some, but the over-sensitive could find a little uncomfortable. The tracks tend to build slowly with processed live sounds (there's some backwards stuff mixed in here, I'm almost certain) and electronics being the basis of these somnorous rumblings. On the flip-side things get a bit more mid-endy with some clanks and tinkles giving it more of a percussive feel than the flatter hums of the first side, but you're still in the same warm, deep territory, just a bit throbbier. Mastered by Taylor Deupree, so you know it's gonna sound how it's supposed to.


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